David Lloyd Hampton Golf Course
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Available FacilitiesConference Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Spa
Really poor greens!
The location is convenient for us and does not take too long to get round. However, although the fairways are a bit hard for this time of year ( lack of rain!), the state of the greens is just not acceptable. Even if the price was lower, it just makes for a really annoying round of golf. You simply cannot putt on the greens which ruins the game. There really is no excuse for this other than laziness or lack of knowledge of how to keep,the greens in good working order. For the price, this is not acceptable. A real shame that this lets the whole course down and the enjoyment of the game. You feel you are being a little ripped off by the price.hopefully they will spend more time on them. If they do, then this will be a cracking short course. Nice walk spoilt by bad greens!
Not pad for a pay and play course.
Only 9 holes and same tee position for 1st and 2nd round.
Open forgiving course.
Course in fair condition considering time of year.
Greens weren't great though.
Good course But.
the course itself is very good although it looked as though it had been played on a lot (which should not of happened as we had only been out of lockdown for 6 days), the tee offs were very badly marked and there was an awful lot of divet's on the greens. the only problem was that there was a couple playing golf and they had two unruly dogs going around with them, the dogs were constantly barking which is not good when you are trying to concentrate on your game. overall the course was well worth the money but they need to look at allowing people on the course with dogs.
Very hard fairway like concrete.
Everything is fine except for hard fairway.
You never make divots on the “fairway” as it is like concrete ground.
In spring, this course was quite good to practice my golf shot. The fairway was soft in spring.
Anyway, you can upgrade your shot with very accurate impact here, though. There is no margin between best shot and good shot in this fairway. All of your shot would split into best shot or worst shot according to your impact that overcomes concrete fairway.
Good beginners course at a very reasonable price.
Took 2 friends who are just beginners to the game for 9 holes. Ideal starter course but greens were a little slow.
Only downside was a woman with 3 kids walking a dog and picked up 2 of our balls on the 1st hole. When challenged she gave my ball back to me and one little brat threw my friends ball into bushes.
Novice, nine holes
I’m a novice golfer only recently started playing. This is a great course as it’s a relaxed atmosphere and a Challenging but fair course. Shame there isn’t a nineteenth hole for a drink afterwards
Dry as the Sahara! I know we are in a heat wave but the fairways were like playing on concrete. Greens were ok. Course is simple and very short. Go here to give your confidence a boost. I won’t be returning soon
Nice Layout, Nice Greens, Concrete Fairways
First Time playing this course and i was suprised that you get random ppl walking their dogs across fairways, and ppl just cutting through like its a shortcut..
The greens were in lovely condition, but the rest of the gorund was rock solid, and very difficult to use lofted clubs on the fairways to layup etc..
Layout was good but the ground definitely needs a drink
i do not recommande that course
the course was open to everyone like a park. kids were playing with ball, running people and people with bicycle
Danger at part that was very disturbing
also very dry fairways and green
Good for a practice round
This course often gets a bad rap, but I'm not sure what people expect for 15 quid? It has decent greens, good tee boxes, fairways are a little scuffed at times, but all in all excellent course to practice accuracy on. It isn't long at all, but some trees are very well positioned and make shot selection interesting. Worth doing it twice and seeing how you can play each hole differently.
Great Beginner Course Close to London
Had a very enjoyable round with friends at David Lloyd on May Bank Holiday Monday. The course is a great 9 hole course for beginners with enough yardage to keep the more experienced player content.
My four ball contained an ex pro and a beginner playing only their second round and everyone enjoyed the course.
The greens were slow, with bobbles in places but to be expected when paying just £10 for the round.
Would recommend if you have mixed abilities within the group and looking for a relaxed 9 holes.
Not for single women and dog walkers on the course
My experience of David Lloyds Hampton golf course was not positive.
First there were no green keepers to tell me how the course was laid out nor were there any flags to follow and as this was my first game I had been told that there would be flags to follow on a course.
The course did not seem well kept with lots of big tufts of dry grass were balls got lost and dog walkers that crossed the course and walked over the putting green, one even in clogs.
And there were dog excrements both on one of the putting greens and on the course. I was baffled that it was permitted for the dog walkers to walk across the course.
Also I found the dress code of some of the other golfers wanting. Some were playing in ordinary shoes and shirts.
But worst of all was that I when I had reached the 9th hole was harassed by a really nasty male golfer and he was so confrontational and insulting that I had to walk of the golf course and go home.
As there were only two very young girls in the reception it would have been pointless to seek help from them, they didn’t even know where the golf course was situated when I showed them my booking.
I think that David Lloyd could improve the golf course by not permitting dog walkers on the course.
Have visible green keepers.
Have a basket on their grass mower to catch the cut off grass.